"Time Distortion" collection of subtle and radical remixes of material from Jon 7's "Time" album (http://www.archive.org/details/tmth013). All tracks were utilized in one form or another, except for the closing track "Newfoundland time". Due to the nature of the recordings (which often feature intricate and subtle elements) and low bass frequencies, optimal results can be achieved by downloading the songs (rather than listening to them through the player) and wearing headphones.
In short, this album is a concept album depicting, in an auditory format, the journey of light from a developing star ("Deuterium Fusion") to the event horizon of a black hole (or equivalent celestial structure, such as a "Gravastar"), finally making contact with the singularity and proceeding through and beyond it (should it be possible to do so). Throughout this process, you will find that time is being slowed, stretched, and altered the closer one approaches the singularity.
The actual contact and 'traveling through' the singularity is almost completely beyond theoretical speculation.
Featuring dark ambient/drone from the cold void of the outer spaces, this release also features Terra Engine's first venture into 'space music/space ambient', as well as various strains of experimental electronica and avant-garde auditory collage.
This album is dedicated to Tim Conrardy (whose presets can be found at various points throughout the album) and Patrick McGoohan.